The Greek Doric temple is one of the most peculiar building-types in the history of architecture. The generally accepted interpretations of it are still based on the words of the Roman writer and architect Vitruvius although, in fact, he lived about half a millennium later. On these pages we will show, how and why these interpretations are unacceptable in many ways. An alternative interpretation is presented in my book “The Optical Corrections of the Doric Temple”
The temple of Hera II at Paestum
Thursday, November 27, 2014
The book, "The Optical Corrections of the Doric Temple" has recently been republished at CreteSpace, and it is available at the Amazon both as a paperback and a Kindle version with full colour photographs.
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